In her own words:
'Cheesy love songs and shitty guitar-playing.'
We first heard Julia this spring and were surprised that she hadn't released anything or played much more than a handful of spontaneous concerts for friends. She's been writing wonderfully barbed and candid songs, seemingly without any great effort or with much regard of any sort of the standard songwriting conventions. The songs just seem to fall out of her - we recorded together over a few afternoons and each time she would have new, incredibly melodic and arresting things to play. She made an EP of youth, of drama and genuine care in the scruffiest, casual manner. Good stuff then.